The effectiveness of percutaneous ultrasound-guided needle tenotomy compared to alternative treatments for chronic tendinopathy: a systematic review View Full Text


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2022-07-28

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Firoozeh Shomal Zadeh, Mehrzad Shafiei, Nastaran Hosseini, Ehsan Alipour, Hoiwan Cheung, Majid Chalian

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ObjectivesTo compare percutaneous ultrasound-guided needle tenotomy (PUNT) to alternative treatments for chronic tendinopathy.Materials and methodsA systematic literature search was performed with the following combination of keywords: ultrasound-guided, percutaneous, needling, tenotomy, Tenex, tendinopathy, and fasciotomy. Original studies comparing PUNT to alternative treatments for chronic tendinopathy were included in this systematic review.ResultsTwelve (n = 12) studies with 481 subjects were included. Two (2/12) articles compared PUNT to surgical tenotomy and concluded that PUNT provides the same outcomes as surgical tenotomy. Six (6/12) studies compared PUNT to platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, and two of them found both treatment modalities effective with no significant between-group differences. Three trials claimed that PUNT followed by PRP injections showed superior clinical outcomes compared to PUNT alone. However, the difference at long-term follow-up was statistically significant only in one of them. One study found PUNT superior to PUNT + PRP injection at short-term follow-up, although there were no between-group differences at long-term follow-up. Four (4/12) studies compared PUNT to steroid injection (SI) and showed that SI causes fast (2 weeks) but temporary pain relief, PUNT results in persistent but relatively slower improvement to SI, and the combined procedure has a more rapid and steady reduction in symptoms.ConclusionPUNT is an effective treatment technique for chronic tendinopathy and should be considered when non-invasive treatments have failed. Effects of PRP and SI are transient and dissipate over time and do not contribute to long-term outcome. More... »

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